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What's all this Monkey Business with In-Out-Burger?

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by mdee, Mar 7, 2016.

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  1. BackInVegas

    BackInVegas VIP Whale

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    Put me down on the "I don't understand all the fuss."

    But then, I live in the cornfed beef area, and I eat a lot of burgers, and I make some pretty good burgers and you just cannot beat homemade fries. My fries last like 4 seconds and I make a lot of them
     
  2. Sam D

    Sam D Low-Roller

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    The animal style burger costs the same as a regular burger. I've tried the animal style fries and I didn't particularly care for them.
     
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  3. Breeze147

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    Two words: Five Guys.

    There's one in the Las Vegas South Premium Outlets, just south of McCarran.
     
  4. dannyocean

    dannyocean High-Roller

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    You mean In-n-Out East Coast? :) Five Guys is darn good, though.

    To me, In-n-Out achieves what the romantic notion of fast food from the nostalgic past aspires to but almost always fails to deliver. Simple, satisfying, and darn good.
     
  5. Sonya

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    In Seattle, we have Dick's which absolutely nails that nostalgic thing. Quick, cheap and yummy.
     
  6. makikiboy

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    I was in vegas last week and finally tried the animal style burger at In n Out. I also tried the well done fries and highly recommend both if you are looking for a cheap meal. The burger was very filling and stuffed with "stuff". the fries were crispy and crunchy. Great price, burger, fries and a drink was around 6 bucks.

    I also tried Steak and Shake. I didn't know the only one in Vegas was at South point. They have an all day $4 menu consisting of different food offerings like burgers and fries, hot dogs, grilled cheese, fingers, chili, taco salad, and shooters (check out their online menu). I liked the triple burger, very filling and I liked it better than the standard burger at In n Out. Fries were so so, nothing special. Soft drinks were expensive, over 2 bucks but between 2 and 5 (4?) they have their shakes at half price so it was worth paying an extra buck for a thick shake.

    on the way to south point I stopped off at the old Belz outlet and also checked out the 5 guys. Burger prices turned me off so I didn't order there but I did notice that people like the place because they had all you can eat peanuts and they had a different selection of drinks.
     
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